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. >>> and in just one day, hockey season begins for the caps.  >>> the tsa will remove the controversial full body x-ray scanners. more than 100 scanners showing naked i am manuals of passengers are being yanked from all airports. the tsa learned new less intrusive software can bedeveloped. the tsa says that pulling the machines will not weaken it ability to fight terrorism. >> we face a terrorist group that is innovative in their design, their construction and the concealment of devices. that's why tsa provides security at the airports. >> the tsa says they will not get rid of the scanner that shows the generic images when a passenger walks through. the tsa touts the success of its program that allows passengers to keep their shoes and belt on if they give up certain personal identifications >>> aviation experts in the u.s., europe, japan and india grounded it fleet of dreamliners. they have been plagued with issues such as battery fire. toyota settles what has to be our at least the first of hundreds of wrongful death lawsuits. the suit involves problems with sudden acceleration. toyota rea
tsa viper team policed rails here, i'll have the story next. >> incredible video from london. why police calling what followed a miracle. >> a task for rover curiosity trying >>> we're used to seeing tsa inspectors at airports but teed a team made its presence known. >> that is where abc 7 news is this afternoon with a story only on abc 7. hi, laura. >> hi, larry. well, train stations are difficult to secure because they're so wide open. but today, tsa showed up unannounced to let the public and potential troublemakers know that they are keeping an eye on the rails. >> we've prepared. >> this passenger says she noticed them right away. the many black cladoç,j inspecs at the amtrak station. and it's a presence she appreciates. >> would you like to see them more often? >> yes. just in case. >> part of the team effort, the spraigs put about a dozen agencies at the station to see and be seen. we've blurred faces because some also worked under cover. >> the deterrent is making a presence known at the station, talking to skpaengz letting the bad guys know we're here and passengers kno
flight back to san francisco. the tsa confirms that the reported altercation happened in one security check point when romo couldn't provide an id which is routine for travelers. sources tell us romo was quote, disruptive and got into a verbal altercation with one agent. that is when police intervened. the police department told us, and i quote, airport police notify that had notice that the individual engaged in the dispute with a tsa officer. the security of other travelers not compromised. police say romo stood in an agitated position, pacing around. with clenched fists. now, romo cited with a misdemeanor from violatingá'm airport rules and any if the da decides to file charges police tell us he'll have owe to show them in court. after given a citation, he was released. police say he did not appear to be drunk or on drugs. at 6:00 tonight what some of the fans say about all of this. >> thank you very much. the giants popular. and sergio romo is one of the most popular players on the team. the pitcher is a power house and always comes through. you can see here in game fou
. [ laughter ] and the president is dropping the ball on homeland security. >> the tsa is removing the body scanners that produce a naked image of the passengers bodies. you remember those? they're being removed bc the company that manufactures them couldn't meet a deadline to install the privacy software. they're going to be replaced with other scanners that produce a generic outline of the passenger's body. >> stephen: a generic outline of the body? [ laughter ] how can i legally show the tsa my penis now? [ laughter ] i used to write them little messages in lead-based paint. [ laughter ] like "good morning" or "all evidence to the contrary, i do "not" wish to have a kosher meal." [ laughter ] or on a particular chilly day, "hi." [ laughter ] the tsa's just caving to pressure because the scanners were criticized for being too invasive. oh, please! what is invasive about a technology called, and i think i'm pronouncing this correctly rape-i-scan? [ laughter ] this is a mistake, nation. now, we'll never complete our national database of radical islamic naughty parts. [ laughter ] we'd alrea
thought. sometimes longer. sometimes four days of long, wrong, and strong. i went through t.s.a. recently in san jose where i live. i was born and raised in oakland, i went to jail in livermore. here is the part. normal people don't laugh at jail there. i worked there. god bless you if you worked there. i couldn't do that job for two days in a row. i can do it for an hour. an ex-felon who is an extraordinary father. i can become an ex-drunk who is an exceptional citizen. there is a transition necessary for a convicted, afflicted person the and it involves payback. i owe so i go. but i'll tell the incarcerated, hey, if life was fair, you wouldn't be in here right now. you would have parents that cared and gave you the road map to success and they stuck around. they didn't hurt you on wait. they go yeah. if life was fair, you wouldn't have been busted when your partner wasn't. yeah. they love that one a lot. and then i'll say this well, if they locked you up for everything you really did do criminally, when would you get out? they don't like that one at all. so i'm blessed to be here for a
students find a special way to honor martin luther king, jr. >> plus no more baring it all foot tsa, what changes -- for the tsa, what changes are coming to airports nationwide. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00.  >>> in honor of the late martin luther king, jr. and the inauguration students from watkins elementary school in the district recited his i have a dream speech. they read the famous message on the steps of the lin on memorial today. fox ever -- lincoln memorial today. fox 5's photojournalist steve jones was there today. >> but 100 years later the negro still is not free. >> it does make the speech fun because you get to learn about all the people who made your life better. >> soldiers have come fresh from their jail cells. >> and some of you have come from areas where a quest, quest for freedom left you battered by the storms of persecution and staggered by the winds of police brutality. >> lots of them came from areas where they wanted to be free, but the people got in their way. >> let freedom ring from the snow capped rockies of colorado. >> let fre
in their design, their construction and their concealment of devices. so that's why tsa provides security at our 450 airports. obviously, we don't provide security overseas, as you all know. but the notion is how can we use that information in an intelligence-based way. so what i wanted to share with you here is how we have changed our one size fits all approach that was stood up after 9/11, aware of all the threats out there. if you hear anything about risk-based security, it's the notion that we cannot expect to provide a 100% guarantee. we screen 1.8 million passengers an average every day, over two million carry-on bags, so nearly six million people or bags every day that we screen. and so what we try to do is buy that risk, mitigate or manage risk just as you do in your jobs as mayors. you try to manage those situations. so what this is is a recognition of that and how we can work in partnership with the traveling public to say if you're willing to share some information about yourselves wuss, we can do pre-- with us, we can do prescreening so we can do expedited screening. we are operating
to security checkpoints at airports. tsa is removing those body scanners, all 174 full body scanners. they are ending the contract with the company that makes them. peter doocy has the latest from washington. >> tsa pulled the maker of those scanning machines that took revealing photos to fix their software so flyers looked more like cartoons this the photos, but that company couldn't do it. it says congressman dated back in june that all scanning machines need the target recognition or technology that produces the more vague images. tsa by june 1st travelers will only see machines that have atr that allow for faster tlu put, faster lanes for the traveler. they paid them $40 million for their machines and rapid scan has to take them out at their own expense. >> fourth amendment says you can't be searched or seized or person can't be accepted without a warrant. what they are doing is pulling back here is making something that is in line with the fourth amendment and not in violation of people's rights. >> the khair man of the house committee john mica he didn't even know the if the co
back to san francisco. the tsa tells abc 7 news the incident happened at one of the security check points. the agency says a male passenger was unable to provide identification required of travelers. at the tsa document control station. that's when you show the i.d. before being screened. although the tsa spokesman would not identify romo by name we have confirmed through other sources it was romo. those sources tell us he was disruptive and got into a verbal altercation with at least one agent. tsa said further during the document identification process the airport police noticed the individual engaged in a dispute with a tsa officer and took action. security of other travelers was not compromised. metropolitan police department tells us officers saw romo in agitated posture. police say sergio romo was pacing around with clinched fist. officers policed him in handcuffs. police say they kept him cuffed until he calmed down. and was deemed not to be a threat here's some of the reaction outside at&t park dug out stor store. >> they stopped him because of that. he has no iden
crisis. >> kelly: and a major turn around for the tsa to find out why they're now getting rid of those controversial body scanners that create nude-like images of passengers. >> jamie: plus, a battle with washington d.c.'s teacher's union sparked a national controversy. coming up we'll show you how a former school chancellor is fighting for the rights of students everywhere. >> this is a country of equal opportunity, this is the country where if you work hard and you do the right thing, you're supposed to be able to live the american dream. i have the flu... i took theraflu, but i still have this cough. [ male announcer ] truth is theraflu doesn't treat your cough. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus severe cold and flu fights your worst flu symptoms, plus that cough. [ sighs ] thanks!... [ male annouer ] you're welcome. that's the cold truth! a. alright, another one just like that. right in the old bucket. good toss! see that's much better! that was good. you had your shoulder pointed, you kept your eyes on your target. let's do it again -- watch me. just like that one... [ mal
dated a comma in high school. [ male announcer ] muller. the european for yummy. >>> the tsa will remove those controversial full body x-ray scanners. more than 100 scanners show naked pictures of passengers yanged from airports across the u.s. the -- yanked from airports across the u.s. the order was made this week after it was learned less intrusive machines have been developed. tsa said pulling these machines will not weaken its ability to fight terrorism. >> that's the challenge we deal with. we face a terrorist group that is innovative in their design, their construction and concealment of devices. so that's why tsa provides security at our 450 airports. >> tsa says it will not get rid of the body scanner that shows a generic image when a passenger walks through. the administration is touting the success of its tsa precheck program that allows passengers to keep their shoes and belts on through security if they give up necessary personal information before the flight. >>> talking weather. you heard mr. bratman talk about inauguration. what you got for us? >> isn't he in the enclosed
. >>> still ahead, the tsa doing away with those controversial scanners. >> plus it, may be the dead of winter, but it's not too early to start thinking about vacation. before do you so, a consumer alert. >> and if you have a story idea, call the tip line at 202- 895-3000. you can also send us an e-mail to fox5tips at wttg.com. back after this.  . >>> crowd gathered in southwest to honor a civil rights icon. it is the martin luther king, jr. freedom and peace walk. the event is in its 35th year. the event began at lan ford park and concluded at shepherd park, recreating dr. king's march to montgomery, alabama. >>> vice president joe biden kicked off the day by putting in volunteer hours. the vp and his wife kept up with their tradition by serving others in the area. the second family was all smiles, working for military members overseas. >>> ben's chili bowl got in on the national day of service today, with a book drive. they invited people to come in for brunch or dinner and tolls bring a new or slightly used children's book. the books will go to two groups. the reading connect
are predicting a big jump in cases this month. and tsa agents say they could smell it on him. what's happening to the pilot accused of being drunk in the cockpit. >>> it's still a mystery. how a bright young woman from the north bay ended up dead on the side of a snowy road in south lake tahoe. she was last seen leaving a music festival just after midnight new year's day. alisa harrington is in petaluma where a memorial was held tonight . >> reporter: tonight a crowd gathered at her former high school, lighting candles and leaving messages for their lost friend. >> i'm going to miss her a lot. [ crying ] >> and i can't believe she's gone! >> reporter: violet always thought her friend alisa, outgoing and independent, would be famous one day. [ crying ] >> reporter: instead, it's the headline she never imagined. the 19-year-old from petaluma, missing since new year's eve, was found dead. a utility worker in tahoe discovered her body on a snow bank around 8:30 am this morning. tonight people gathered forward a memorial. >> because she just loved turtles, it was something everyone knows. ♪ [
you. >>> you'll be happy to learn, some of those full-body nude image tsa scanners at the airport are going away. they were designed to show if a passenger was carrying a weapon, but they also show everything else, even though tsa policy strictly regulates who gets to see all them naked images of all those passengers. there were still privacy and security issues. and so the ones that reveal a little too much detail are going away in june. >>> here's the new look for the second term. the president has released the new official portrait showing the newly re-elected president sporting a broad smile in the oval office, which we note is the same room where all the problems of the nation wind up. not that much smiling goes on in the course of an average day in that room in the life of an american president. >>> some former presidents are in the news. starting with 43 and 41. both bushes say they will be unable to attend the inauguration. george w. bush 43 says he can't attend due to his father's health and his recent long hospitalization. and president clinton has gone public about some
human body that the new airport security scanners will display now that congress has mandated that the t-s-a replace the old x-ray scanners at u.s. airports. the old ones reveal graphic images of the naked body which concerned many travelers here in the bay area oakland international is one of two airports still using the old scanners and passengers there tell kron4 they welcome the change >> i think that it is a good thing. it shows that t s a actually shows a bit of sincerity. >> i think that it is good if you did not have anything to hide. they both worked effectively. >> because they have the privacy borders sybarite's. >> san jose mineta airport also has the old security scanners at both of its terminals. congress has given the t-s-a. a june 2013 new scanners nationwide borders -- several writes. -- >> pam: civil rights-cal- trans will begin repairing the bay bridge fender system which was damaged earlier this month, this coming tuesday- january 22nd. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. of when the bridge was struck by an oil tanker. crews will replace the da
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on -- the new numbers on weapons seized by tsa agents in airports. >> no, that's what the families are now saying about showing up for the upcoming event hat that colorado theater. we have details on what the theater is doing and why they're saying they want no part of it when "good morning maryland" continues. like a lot of things, trying to find a better job can be frustrating. so at university of phoenix we're working with a growing list of almost two thousand corporate partners - companies like microsoft, american red cross and adobe - to create options for you. not only that, we're using what we learn from these partners to shape our curriculum, so that when you find the job you want you'll be a perfect fit. let's get to work. >>> 5:46 right now. the restaurant in federal hill is facing some pretty serious charges this morning. matthew lasinski is accused of raping a woman in the bathroom on new year's eve. according to police the woman said she had self-drinks at light street at the restaurant. while in the bathroom she claims she was sexually assaulted by the 29-year-old. police say
's permission. maybe he will let us come over and watch the super bowl. >>> a specialized tsa security team boards the trains in emeryville. we will explain why in a story you will see only on abc 7 news. >>> 7 on your side's michael finney on a call for a federal x >>> good evening, once again. we are used to seeing tsa screens at our nation's i-s but today a specialized unit made an unannounced top at a train station in emeryville. laura anthony with a story that you will see only on abc 7 news. >> reporter: they are part of a specialized unit of the federal transportation security administration known as the viper team. vipertands for visible intermodal prevention and response. we have blurred their faces because some of the tsa inspectors also work undercover. >> this morning we are at the amtrak station in emeryville as a visible deferent. if anybody thinks about maybe wanting to do something to the amtrak so it derails we are out here and it is unpredictable and people don't know when we will be around. >> they make a quick sweep of the train. while the unit will look for obvious sign
. >> the tsa has gotten rid of the so-called naked image scanners and more will be gone by summer. they had a man date to fix the soft wear and so the naked body images look like stick figures with the apr technology. but couldn't do it in time. they said by june 1st. travelers will only see machines that have atr that allow for faster threw put and faster lanes for the traveler and enhanced security. the tsa's move here makes sense. >> the fourth amendment requires that you can't be searched or seized and obviously the scanner is not a warrant. they are making it in line with the fourth amendment and not a violation of people's rights. >> back in march house transportation committee chair said the tsa was spending a lot of money for scanners that he didn't think were keeping >> it is going for unfortunately theater security and not real security and we have to stop paying that price before we pay a huge proprietary with another successful attack by terrorist . >> tsa is still going to use full body scanners that create generic images of bodies, but travelers have always been able to opt ou
many normal travelers uncomfortable because of what they reveal . now the tsa has a new plan for the body scanners. we'll tell you about it. >>'s lot of hard earned taxpayer money to go for theater security and not real security . we have to pay that price before we pay a huge price with another successful attack by terrorist. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] you don't have to be a golf pro to walk like one. ♪ when you walk 10,000 steps a day, it's t same as walking professional golf course. humana. health and well-being partner of the pga tour. humana. if your a man with low testosterone, you should know that axiron is here. the only underarm treatment for low t. that's right, the one you apply to the underarm. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18. axiron can transfer to others through direct contact. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these signs and symptoms to your
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7 news. laura anthony sl live tonight. laura? >> hi, carolyn, tsa out here earl tli morning and a surprise visit of sorts. the spokesman likely to send set up a dui check point saying if quote, bad guys know tsa might be here, they might decide not to launch an attack on amtrak. they're part of a special unit of the viper team. viper stands for visible intermodal prevention and response, we've learned their -- blurred their faces because some also work under cover. >> this morning there is a visible deterrent if anyone thinks about maybe wanting to do something to amtrak or rails we're herement it's unpredictable. >> in this case, the tsa works with amtrak police officers to make a sweep of the train. the unit will look for signs of trouble this is more about being seen. at least once in a while, by those who travel on amtrak. >> think should know we're out there looking at rail safety and we're trying to make sure everyone remains vij lebt. >> never times they'll randomly screen luggage and bring in k 9 units. and this is an environment that is wide open. >> like my first t
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. >> t.s.a. released this statement today. "by june 2013 travelers will only see machines which have a.t.r. that allow for faster throughput. this means faster lanes for the traveler and enhansed security. as always, use of this technology is optional." >> i don't mind as long as the flights are secure. >> the t.s.a. have not given us a date when the old scanners will go here at dulles and the new ones will come in, we just know by june it will be done. >> thank you. prince george's emergency personnel are mourning the loss of a canine officer. thunder died today after a battle of cancer. the dog served with the department for nine years before being retired in suspect. they call thunder a dedicated partner and a beloved family pet. >> it is the confession that has the cycle world reeling tonight. >> yes or no, in all seven of your tour de france victories did you take banned substances or blood dope? >> no. >> that was part one of his interview with oprah winfrey where he came clean about using performance-enhancing drugs. he still has a long w
again. got your attention. in a moment the t.s.a. finally getting ready to get rid of full body scanner. the brinks truck robbery caught on camera. they ambushed a guard but he was not afraid to fight back. his story next. >> bill: the fbi is hunting for some robbers who held up a brinks truck driver at gunpoint in the state of florida cameras captured all of it as it happened. >> the driver was walking into a credit union in sunrise when the robbers jumped out of a car guns drawn. >> approached by two males dressed very similar who laid him out on the ground and attempted to take his weapon. they were unsuccessful. >> bill: they gave up on trying to get his gun and made a run for it. that turned out to be a mistake. because the guard then pulled his pistol and opened fire. >> i heard at least 15 to 18 shots. >> bill: investigators found the get away car a frew blocks away riddled with bullet holes. >> it appeared that the get away driver may have been hit. and it appears it could have been in the leg. it appears he hit his mark. >> no word tonight on how much money they got. brinks is
speaker. we're going to your current tsa administrator john pistole. he served in that position since july 2010 when he came to tsa is a 26 year veteran with extensive national security and counterterrorism experience. after september 11 was put in charge of the fbi's greatly expanded counterterrorism program and eventually became the executive assistant director for counterterrorism and counterintelligence. in 2004 was named deputy director for the fbi. administrator pistil comets are honored to have it this morning and we look forward to your comments. please. >> thank you mayor parker for the opportunity to be here today to share a few things with you in terms of what tsa does, why we do that and how that impacts you as mayors of cities. many of you because we have a large workforce at work in 450 airports, some of your constituents 80 tsa employees. for those who have large cities may be dozens if not hundreds of constituents in your city. there's just a couple things that they could touch on them than if we have time for questions or comments, one is the reason we do our work. after t
. a reported altercation between tsa agents and romo. by don't know where romo was new year's eve, but do know he was celebrating december 30th. near a crowded holiday venue at the hays nightclub. he was celebrating with other athletes and celebrities among them, a 49er wide receiver michael crabtree two. days later here is what abc 7 news learned about new year's daichl he arrived to board a flight back to san francisco. the tsa confirms that the reported altercation happened in one security check point when romo couldn't provide an id which is routine for travelers. sources tell us romo was quote, disruptive and got into a verbal altercation with one agent. that is when police intervened. the police department told us, and i quote, airport police notify that had notice that the individual engaged in the dispute with a tsa officer. the security of other travelers not compromised. police say romo stood in an agitated position, pacing around. with clenched fists. now, romo cited with a misdemeanor from violatingá'm airport rules and any if the da decides to file charges police tell us he'll h
the scandal. >>> still ahead here at 6:00, naked no longer. coming up, the tsa makes the call on those innovative body scanners at your local airports. >>> good evening. i'm jeff ranieri in the nbc bay area weather center. the weekend is just upon us and the weather continues to look great for saturday. here is a sneak peek. plenty of sunshine and upper 60s. thinking about mavericks this weekend, also sun and warming temperatures for sunday. your full weekend forecast and the next chance of rain coming up in a few minutes. >>> those controversial body scanners that show a naked image of travelers will be removed from airports across the country. congressman da mandated they be changed or removed. the tsa has confirmed that it's getting rid of the machines because the company that makes them couldn't come up with a fix. travelers will still be asked to get a body scan that creates a generic image. sfo never installed the machines. oakland has five scanners and eight are in operation in san jose. all the scanners in oakland and san jose will be removed before the deadline in june. >>> th
at the airports -- >> you already have -- [crosstalk] >> you have 65,000 tsa agents. how many more do you need? >> as we put new technology at the airports, we needed to hire people to work that equipment. >> you have 65,000. i need to know how many more people going to take. >> it is not worth buying equipment we don't have people to operate. >> thank you. i would love to year -- would love to answer your other questions. >> if you could get to the gentleman in writing because we want to watch your time. >> you can watch this and other events online on our web site, c-span.org. jack lew served during the clinton and obama administration that was chief of staff to president obama. >> if you ask how many are self- described libertarian, depending on which poll you look at, you might get between 10% and 15%. if you ask people like if you give them a battery of questions that different ideological things like the believe an ax or do you believe in why, you track this to different ideologies and depending on which poll you are looking at, you get to 30% of americans calling themselves libertarian.
between a tsa agent and romo. tsa officials tell me romo was unable to provide identification required of travelers. this is a picture posted on new year's eve showing sergio romo at a nightclub in vegas called haze. in the photo you'll see that he's alongside 49ers football player michael crabtree. sources say romo became "angry and aggressive" with tsa security on new year's day. he was handcuffed and temporarily detained by police. >> he was in a verbal altercation with the t s a agents. when he calmed down we found that he was in violation of airport rules. and he was allowed to leave the airport. i do not see anything in our report that indicates that he was under the influence of a drug or alcohol. >> reporter: there are further witness statements that sergio romo had his fists clenched at one point during this argument with tsa security. do we know what exactly was said during this argument? >> it is still up in the air what they're arguing over. outside of the identification. >> catherine: thank you. >> as you can imagine.a lot of giants fans, and haters, reacting to romo's arr
for chuck hagel. tsa criticism from republicans than he is not sufficiently pro- israel or tough enough on iran and they worry about his support for cuts in nuclear weapons. he says if confirmed, he will focus on insuring the u.s. military is prepared for any contingency. today hillary clinton will give their final speech as secretary of state. she will deliver remarks on american leadership before the council on foreign relations. tomorrow is her last day on the job. she says that she has no immediate plans for the future. >> virginia beach native jack douglas made history at the 2012 london games. now some of the items associated with that special time will be on display in the district. later today the national museum of american history will install a number of objects donated by gabby douglas including the leotard that she wore in 2003 her mother's ticket to the 2012 olympic games, and other items that she used in london. the exhibit opens to the public tomorrow. >> i look forward to seeing that. apparently she has a lot of personal photographs from her experience as well. 4:35. is
checkpoint. as he was waiting for a nearby elevator, a tsa agent and other officers just happened to walk by and just happened to smell alcohol. as the pilot headed in the cockpit of his american eagle regional jet, the worried officers notified airport police. they caught up with 48-year-old captain kolbjorn kristiansen after he finished pre-flight checks. it was before 6:00 a.m., just before 53 passengers would have boarded the flight from minneapolis to new york. police say kristiansen failed a preliminary alcohol breath test. he was arrested. >> the reality is, there's no excuse whatsoever for having alcohol in the bloodstream of a pilot. none. >> reporter: the airline scrambled for a replacement pilot. the flight took off late. it landed safely at laguardia. some were shocked when they learned why their flight had been delayed. >> i'm feeling very unsafe. >> reporter: the faa says incidents are rare, about 12 allegedly drunk pilots arrested a year. in one case in 2002, two america west pilots were caught drinking on surveillance tape the night before their flight. and tsa screeners s
to drink, way too much. american airlines captain kolbjorn kristiansen was caught by chance. tsa and other officers smelling a whiff of alcohol as kristiansen was waiting for an elevator. by the time airport police arrested him, he had completed preflight checks for his commuter flight to new york and the 53 passengers were getting ready to board. kristiansen failed an initial breathalyzer test. today, we learned that it showed him way over the legal limit for pilots. that limit, .04, half that for drivers. >> we're going to roll it. >> what do you mean it, "roll it"? >> reporter: one of the current hit movies "flight." focuses on a drunk pilot who saves a plane load of people, but then is found out. >> an initial report shows that you had alcohol in your system. >> reporter: pilots are tested after any accident and face random alcohol tests as well. in the past decade about a dozen pilots a year have been caught. in one case, in 2002, tw0 american west pilots were caught drinking on surveillance tape the night before their flight. and tsa screeners smelled alcohol on their breath the next
the tsa today on the controversial airport scanners. that is coming >> i view this situation as one big lie. i repeated a lot of times. >> part two of the interview with disgraced cyclist lance armstrong airs tonight. admitting that he lied for years is not satisfying many critics. >> armstrong's confession set a record for her network with 4.3 million viewers. the union says it's an important step towards repairing. abc 7 news has local and national reaction to the admission. >> all of the faults and blame here falls on me. >> lance armstrong made his apology. lance williams, the journalist who helped uncover balco scandal says it's less than stunning. >> he admitted stuff, deny smd other sthauf is well documented and won't talk about the quote, unquote, army of enablers. >> he told oprah winfrey he didn't feel he was doing anything wrong and did not feel bad about it. >> i didn't feel that way. as viewing it as adds a level playing field. >> olympic cyclist isn't satisfied with that. >> we haven't even scratched the surface. oprah isn't an expert on ins and outs of cycling. >> the wor
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